3 things you MUST do while planning for WDW!

Planning a trip to WDW is hard! Trust me, I know, I am planning one right now and it is proving to be difficult. But there are things you can do to help manage the stress of planning your WDW vacation. This week we want to share our top three must do’s when planning your trip to WDW.

All three of these must do items work in conjunction to make your plan a dream come true. Planning can be overwhelming since there is so much to see and do, ADR’s, FP+, MemoryMaker, it can all be overwhelming. In order to plan everything without getting overwhelmed, you will need some tools. There are three must have tools we know you are going to love.

First thing you will want to do is to create an account with My Disney Experience. The My Disney Experience website is easy to navigate and allows your to make ADRs and FP+ reservations. You can also check in to your resort using it. You can view My Disney Experience through the website or even through the app. This is great for when you are in the parks and want to score an extra FP+ or possibly change your dining reservations just a bit. This tool is a lifesaver when planning your trip.

December Disney World Crowd Calendar

The next tool you will want to use is the Crowd Calendars at dadsguidetowdw.com. These calendars will help you plan which parks you want to visit on which days. Dad’s Crowd Calendars have stood the test of time and are the most accurate out there. No one can be 100% accurate when dealing with WDW crowds but this tool will help you plan to attend the least crowded park each day.

Get Down To Disness

The Get Down To Disness Daily Agenda Book

The last tool you must have is the Get Down to Disness Daily Agenda Book. This organizer will help you map out your days in the parks. This planner can be used for any plan, whether it is just a bare minimum plan or a detailed to the extreme plan. You can also take it on your trip and jot down fun memories and notes to talk about later. There is even a really cool packing list so that you will not forget any items for your trip and have to purchase them for double or more the price in the parks.

Are you ready to start planning your trip to WDW? Grab these three tools and have fun. Check back next week for more savings.

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